Psychoanalytically, the relationship between the mother and the infant and all of the components of the quality of this relationship are the main determinants of the infant?s psychology and the later stages of its life. Additionally, ?Paternal Metaphor? emerges when father participates this bilateral relationship as a third one. The transmission of social norms and prohibitions, the transfer of the identity source and the resolution of the oedipal complex are provided by this way. The lack of the maternal and paternal image damages the child?s designs for the other, the relationships and the itself. And it creates a traumatic effect. With Adolescence conflicts that repressed and cannot be solved are experienced again. In this context, three adolescent sisters who are 2, 3 and 4 years old when they left their parents and who they are 14, 15 and 16 now were interviewed. Two of the Projective Tests, Rorschach Test and TAT (Thematic Apperception Test), were applied to the all three adolescences. The results were interpreted and discussed within the psychoanalytical theory.